Comprising 13 case studies, this book noted the 60th anniversary of Schlumberger's first logging job in Italy. Contributors included Agip, British Gas International, Chevron, Edison Gas, Elf, Enterprise Oil, Fina, Lasmo, Phillips, Spi, Texaco, and Triton. (126 pages)
Using dipmeter data to enhance seismic interpretation and seismic sections to aid selection of geological models.
NMR logging in Adriatic region's low-resistivity pay. Evaluation of irreducible water saturation, residual oil saturation, and pore size.
Discriminating tight streaks from porous gas layers to avoid unproductive completions.
Determining silt content in gas-bearing layers.
Using imaging technology to determine fracture system in low-porosity rocks.
Analyzing borehole topography in deviated wells to deduce orientation and magnitude of stress regimes.
Updating the geological model with information about production from fractures and fluid type.
Using dipmeter facies analysis for detailed interpretation of a small gas field.
Describing features in borehole vicinity using multireceiver borehole seismic tool.
Evaluating the formation using nonradioactive logging tools. Retrieving stuck tools while logging.
Increasing well-testing efficiency in gas wells. Drillstem tests and tubing-conveyed perforating.
Evaluating accumulation of barite between tubing and casing in old wells. Using imaging tools to appraise asphalt coating inside casings of old wells.